Grandstand Media Ltd are delighted to announce that entries for Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) are now open! This year’s Show will take place at the Genting Arena, Birmingham’s NEC from the 4th – 8th October hosting a line-up of national and international showjumping classes as well as 29 showing championships throughout the week and two supreme championship titles. This year’s Show also marks the fifth anniversary of the annual Dressage Future Elite Championship taking place during the evening performance on Thursday 5th October. This prestigious competition provides a platform for the UK’s rising Grand Prix horses to gain invaluable experience under the spotlight at a world famous international event. For competitor information and the online schedule follow this link http://hoys.co.uk/competitor-zone/
This year HOYS showcases two never seen before equestrian displays, including the breathtaking LIMITLESS performed by Atkinsons Action Horses and an insightful travel through time as we discover The Story of the Caspian Horse. On dressage Thursday visitors will be treated to a Dressage Masterclass from the triple Olympic Gold Medallist herself, Charlotte Dujardin. Charlotte will put the riders through their paces whilst sharing some invaluable training tips and competition advice. Other competition at HOYS includes the unmissable Virbac 3D Worming Pony Club Mounted Games which takes place each day in the Andrews Bowen International Arena where the teams battle it out to win the coveted Prince Philip Cup. There is also the ever-popular Osborne Refrigerators Double Harness Scurry Racing which will have you on the edge of your seat as each team attempts to tackle the course in the fastest time.
Tickets are now on sale for Horse of the Year Show, to book yours call the Box Office on 0844 581 8282 or visit http://hoys.co.uk/tickets/
For more information on Horse of the Year Show please contact the Press Office: Tel: 02476 858205 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Image caption: Shire Horse of the Year Champion 2017 – Woodhouse Calender Girl